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Saturday, December 22, 2018

The Ten Law Schools With The Biggest Increases In 1L Enrollment

Law.com, Enrollment Is Up—Way Up—At These Law Schools:

New enrollment figures from the American Bar Association show that first-year enrollment increased three percent this fall, which marks the first perceptible gain since 2010. ... We’ve crunched the numbers to find the 10 law schools that posted the biggest enrollment gains by percent, compared to 2017. 

  1. Wisconsin:  +82% (275 v. 151)
  2. UNLV:  +49% (157 v. 105)
  3. Arizona:  +46% (117 v. 80)
  4. UC-Irvine:  +44% (229 v. 159)
  5. Cincinnati:  +42% (136 v. 96)
  6. George Washington:  +39% (564 v. 407)
  7. UC-Davis:  36% (206 v. 151)
  8. Kentucky:  +34% (151 v. 113)
  9. Texas A&M:  +32% (182 v. 138)
  10. North Texas-Dallas:  +31% (136 v. 104)

For the data on every law school, see here.

The Ten Law Schools With The Biggest Decreases In 1L Enrollment

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